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Man, Woman Arrested in Possession of Stolen Checkbook

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A man and a women were arrested by Corpus Christi police just after 2 a.m. Tuesday after they were found in possession of a stolen checkbook.

Officers had stopped the male driver of a 1998 Mercury Sable sedan in the 1700 block of Sante Fe Street for failing to use a turn signal. Officers determined that the driver, 49-year old Ruben Perez, had a suspended driver’s license and he was arrested.

A female passenger in his vehicle, 25-year old Erica Aguilar, was in possession of marijuana and also had an outstanding warrant for her arrest and she was taken into custody.

While officers were impounding the vehicle, they found a checkbook in the glove box that was reported to have been stolen. The checkbook belonged to a 50-year old female victim and it had been stolen from her vehicle while it was parked at the Airport Holiday Inn, located at 5549 Leopard Street, back on March 23.

Both the male and female suspects were additionally charged with felony fraud.

A 64-year old man called for emergency services Monday night after he accidentally shot himself with a handgun inside his home located in the 1100 block of Arnold Drive.

A 64-year old man called for emergency services Monday night after he accidentally shot himself with a handgun inside his home located in the 1100 block of Arnold Drive.

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Stamp Out Hunger! Executive Director of the Food Bank of Corpus Christi, Bea Hanson, stops by on First Edition to talk about a national campaign with the United States Postal Service which benefits the Coastal Bend as well. In order to participate, leave a bag of non perishable items in a bag next to your mailbox on Saturday May 14. Your postman will deliver the food to the Food Bank. The FBCC is also in need of monetary donations. If they can earn up to $50,000, a private donor has a…

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